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BIOGRAPHY

Gerd Drücker

Gerd Drücker works as a sound designer and sound engineer in musical theatre, shows, concert and television.
His projects include Yma – zu schön, um wahr zu sein at the Friedrichstadt-Palast in Berlin, Kiss Me, Kate at the Komische Oper Berlin, Quo vadis by Konstantin Wecker and Manfred Knaak and Paradise of Pain by Frank Nimsgern in Trier, Ein Sommernachtstraum by Heinz Rudolf Kunze and Heiner Lürig in Hanover, The Rocky Horror Show in Lübeck and Hair and Guys and Dolls on tour in Europe, as well as Adoro’s 2012 tour.
In classical music, Gerd Drücker has been responsible for the sound for open-air performances by José Carreras and Montserrat Caballé, for concerts by the State Philharmonic of Nuremberg and the Bamberg, Nuremberg and Hamburg Symphony Orchestras, international touring productions of Carmina Burana, Aida and Carmen, including in Europe, North and South America, Russia and the United Arab Emirates, and Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet with Mstislav Rostropovich at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival.
In the field of pop, rock, jazz and chanson, he has worked with figures such as Shirley Bassey, Vicky Leandros, Annett Louisan, Ray Charles, Dave Brubeck, Georgette Dee and Tony Christie. He has also controlled the sound for live television programmes, as well as numerous industrial shows.

Current as of May 2016

Gerd Drücker, © ohne Angabe / no details available

Gerd Drücker, © ohne Angabe / no details available

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Gerd Drücker